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Clarke County
Georgia

Clarke County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Clarke County: [none currently in database]

Republican Party chairs in Clarke County: [none currently in database]


Clarke County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: A. A. Franklin Hill — William H. Hull
   1876, St. Louis: Henry H. Carlton
   1912, Baltimore: D. E. Fortson
   1916, St. Louis: J. H. Dozier
   1920, San Francisco: Andrew C. Erwin
   1924, New York: Andrew C. Erwin
   1928, Houston: Andrew C. Erwin — C. E. Martin
   1932, Chicago: Andrew C. Erwin
   1940, Chicago: Abit Nix
   1948, Philadelphia: May Erwin Talmadge
   1952, Chicago: May Erwin Talmadge
   1996, Chicago: John Barrow — Phyllis J. Barrow — Janet K. Pomeroy — Karin L. Stanford — Melba Williams
   2000, Los Angeles: John Barrow
   2004, Boston: Jennifer Kauffman — Brian Murray — Barbara A. Sims
   2008, Denver: Kenneth Dious — Christine P. Horan — David B. Jarrett — Gwen O'Looney
Republican National Conventions:
   1876, Cincinnati: Madison Davis — Richard S. Taylor
   1880, Chicago: Madison Davis — William A. Pledger — A. W. Watson
   1888, Chicago: Madison Davis — Monroe B. Morton — William A. Pledger
   1892, Minneapolis: Madison Davis — William A. Pledger
   1896, St. Louis: Monroe B. Morton
   1908, Chicago: W. H. Harris — Monroe B. Morton
   1912, Chicago: W. H. Harris — J. T. Johnson — Monroe B. Morton
   1916, Chicago: W. H. Harris — J. P. Watson
   1920, Chicago: W. H. Harris
   1924, Cleveland: W. H. Harris
   1928, Kansas City: W. H. Harris — William P. Harris
   1932, Chicago: James W. Arnold — W. H. Harris
   1936, Cleveland: James W. Arnold — William P. Harris
   1940, Philadelphia: James W. Arnold — W. G. Cornett
   1944, Chicago: R. B. Harris
   1960, Chicago: Guy B. Scott
   1972, Miami Beach: Bette Banister
   2004, New York: John L. Padgett
   2008, St. Paul: Regina Quick
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